A noontime forum, held at SPUR, 312 Sutter St. (at Grant), Fifth Floor, from 12:30 to 1:30 pm. We are located close to the Powell St. BART station and several Muni lines.
Feel free to bring a lunch. SPUR Forums are open to the public, free for members and $5 for non-members.
The Presidio Trust has identified a “preferred alternative” for revitalizing the Presidio’s Main Post and is in the midst of a public comment period on the supplemental EIS to the Presidio Trust Management Plan for the Main Post district. The executive director of the Presidio Trust, Craig Middleton, will present the Trust’s vision for the Main Post. The Contemporary Art Museum at the Presidio (CAMP) is one of the key projects in the preferred alternative. Sam Nunes and Bryan Shiles, partners in the San Francisco architectural firm WRNS Studio, will discuss the design concept for the building that is being proposed for CAMP.
San Francisco City Hall
The Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors will be asked to declare a fiscal emergency at its meeting a week from today, a move that will allow Muni to skip environmental reviews and implement service cuts and fare hikes this year to deal with a projected $129 million budget deficit.
SFBC HQ, 995 Market St (at 6th). Bring your bike up!
Take your commuting to the next level, try bike travel! Join SFBC-member, and well-traveled cyclist Vajda as he reviews how to travel to and fro (long distances!) on a bicycle. Learn how to choose a bike and load it up efficiently or pack it to enjoy the open road. Successful long-distance and local trips will be discussed and shared by all in attendance—bonus outing planned for the following weekend!
Palace of Fine Arts Theater, 3301 Lyon St.
This is the best one to say how you feel about a contemporary art museum and hotel in the center of our national park, San Francisco's birthplace. Show that the public cares!